Much like Hurricanes Katrina, the planning, response post hurricane and recovery was, to a large extent, helped or hindered by the local and state government’s competence (or lack, in some cases) (compare the recovery of Louisiana to Mississippi ferinstance).
Puerto Rico’s government has, apparently no competetence.
The aid is there, the containers are piling up by the thousands, but there are no cleared roads to take it anywhere….and there is no plan as to where to take it. No one knows what is needed, or where, and no one has planned clearing of any routes to those locations that they haven’t planned, nor have they arranged any method of transportation to get it there.
The failures here are not those of
George Bush Trump, but of (again) the liberal government officials. It ain’t like this is the first time a hurricane has hit the island. What damage will happen, and where, and how much aid and where (and how) to distribute it should be an easy plan to make, really.